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Stories of ghostly sightings haunt Santa Maria intersection

Posted at 7:24 PM, Oct 31, 2018

Do you believe in ghosts? There are some places on the Central Coast that are said to be haunted.

KSBY News reporter Megan Healy and producer Emely Navarro visited the intersection of Foster and Blosser Roads near Pioneer Park in Santa Maria where some people say they’ve seen a spirit.

The Central Coast Paranormal Investigators (CCPI) were founded in 2007. They have completed nearly 100 investigations at Central Coast homes, businesses, historical landmarks and more.

The team says they’ve heard stories of ladies dressed in white in many other cities.

“The lady in white in Santa Maria, because they are known in every community across the board, in Santa Maria she is believed to have been murdered and her body is believed to be buried out there so she haunts the corner of Foster and Blosser roads because her body has yet to be found,” said Mitch Flores, lead investigator.

According to another story, she died in a drag racing accident near the intersection.

People also say they’ve seen her sitting in the back of cars when they drive by the park.

Megan and Emely conducted the six-hour investigation on their own using various audio recorders, station cameras, and infrared light.

“Our biggest tool is our body, when we have our hairs stand up, we get the chills, we feel like we’re not alone,” added Flores.

Click the video to find out what Megan and Emely caught on camera.